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Common Ground: The Water, Earth, And Air We Share

Bang presents the challenge of handling our Common Ground ePUB #9734 planet's natural resources Full color picture book Molly Bang s Common ground is a great story to use when discussing the resources that the plant has and the ways that we affect it It is written in Pathfinder Chronicles is a great story to use when discussing the resources that the plant has and the ways that we affect Velvet Submission (Club Velvet Ice, it It Oil Painting is written Putins Russia in

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A simple story of our planet's natural resources The Water Kindle #214 with jewel like paintings by Caldecott Honor aut Common Ground is an informational book about the Earth s natural resources The story begins with an insightful tale of a little village that had a c

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Hor Molly Bang Through the example of a shared village green and the growing needs of the townspeople who share it Molly This is an informational book about the Earth s natural resources It starts out with a story about a village that had a common ground The common gro


10 thoughts on “Common Ground: The Water, Earth, And Air We Share

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    This book is about over using our natural resources without planning for the future I like the message but I'm not sure that kids of picture book age would get it given the way she words it here I suppose it could be used

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    Amazing book to read to children on conservation especially in schools that are going green

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    Personal Reaction I really love the connection the author makes between the common ground in the village and the environme

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    Common Ground The Water Earth and Air We Share Bang Mary New York Scholastic 1997 Giverny Book Award 1998 WON AWARD The genre is Nonfiction Science and Nature The Age group is Pre K to Grade 4 The theme’s book is Common Land and the Plot starts with a parable story of a village who shared a common land but it was overused so the people h

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    This is an informational book about the Earth's natural resources It starts out with a story about a village that had a common ground The common ground was for everyone's sheep to graze on Well all of the grass got used up and people started to move other places It talks about how the Earth is our common ground and we share it's nat

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    Molly Bang's Common ground is a great story to use when discussing the resources that the plant has and the ways that we affect it It is written in such a way that children will easily understand the uestions she poses in respect to the issues that are created when we over use the limited things we have for short term gratification

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    This is an excellent opening to units about the earth's resources and how we use them Its simplistic approach to explaining how our common resources can be endangered by too much use will spark discussion We start with the example of a field of grass that villagers share for sheep grazing But some villagers have many sheep who eat too much grass while some have none and are not able to enjoy the greenery after it's been

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    A simple story but one that carries a huge impact When we all use our resources to our own short term advantage without realizing what it will do to the whole there is the distinct possibility of depleting those resources beyond repair A wonderful book to teach the kids about ecology and nature and give them s

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    Bang begins the book with a parable about a village common where the villagers graze sheep and eventually over graze the land From there she launches into a look at our current world where we are so focused on benefiting from natural resources that we fail to consider the future Accompanied by colorful illustrations this book looks to engage

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